Dr. Yasmine Pilz is an assistant clinical professor at Woodhull Medical Center where she provides primary and advanced care in ocular disease. She earned her Doctor of Optometry degree from the University of California Berkeley in 2014 and completed her residency in ocular disease at SUNY College of Optometry. Dr. Pilz’s areas of interest include glaucoma, retina, anterior segment, and contact lenses.
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Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry
OD, University of California Berkeley, 2014
BS, University of California Santa Cruz, 2007
SUNY College of Optometry, Ocular Disease, 2015
Pilz YL, Bass SJ, Sherman J. A Review of Mitochondrial Optic Neuropathies: From Inherited to Acquired Forms. J Optom. 2016. S1888-4296(16)30068-1. DOI: 10.1016/j.optom.2016.09.003
Pilz, Y. “Genetic & Acquired Mitochondrial Optic Neuropathy.” COPE-approved Continuing Education Lecture. State University of New York (SUNY) College of Optometry, March 2015.
“Clinical Signs & Symptoms of a Chiasm-Compressing Craniopharyngioma.” Pilz, Y., Poirier, K., & Hall, B. Poster at the American Academy of Optometry (AAO). November 2014.
“It’s Not Rare If It’s In Your Chair: A Case of Cytomegalovirus Retinitis in a Hospital Setting.” Poirier, K., Pilz, Y., & Hall, B. Poster at the American Academy of Optometry (AAO). November 2014.
“Perifoveal retinal thickness and temporal contrast sensitivity in axial myopia.” Coletta N.J., Pilz, Y., & Ciepiela A. Poster at the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO). May 2012.
“Selective Regional Thinning of the Inner Retinal Layer in Myopia.” Shao, S., Pilz, Y., & Coletta N. Poster at the American Academy of Optometry (AAO). October 2011.